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The Great Green Hope: Why Improving IPS is a Green Issue

Posted by: Ryan Puckett
Posted: July 29, 2009
Categories: Uncategorized

On any given day, pick up a copy of the The Indianapolis Star, Indianapolis Business Journal or log onto Inside Indiana Business and you’ll read about a litany of major issues facing our beloved Circle City. Some of […]

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The Great Green Hope: The Greenest Burrito

Posted by: Ryan Puckett
Posted: July 14, 2009
Categories: Uncategorized

Others may define things more narrowly, but in my opinion, how food is farmed and raised is very much about being eco-friendly, sustainable, environmentally conscious or green. Personally, I try to choose foods that are locally grown, naturally […]

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The Great Green Hope: Out with a Bang!

Posted by: Ryan Puckett
Posted: July 1, 2009
Categories: Uncategorized

Out with a Bang Hello Indyhub readers! I didn’t want to start my green column with a tirade, but the timing seemed too appropriate not to tell you about my disenfranchised relationship with fireworks. The mainstay of Independence […]

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